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||Posted - 08/13/2017 : 14:00:10
GcMAF (or Gc protein-derived macrophage activating factor) is a protein produced by modification of vitamin D-binding protein.
Biochemically, GcMAF results from sequential deglycosylation of the vitamin D-binding protein (the Gc protein), which is naturally promoted by lymphocytes (B and T cells). The resulting protein may be a macrophage activating factor (MAF). MAFs are lymphokines that control the expression of antigens on the surface of macrophages, and one of their functions is to make macrophages become cytotoxic to tumors.
I took the above from wiki as an intro since i believe this is a completely new topic here...the claim is
By delivering an activated version of this substance intravenously, scientists have shown that the immune system can be fully invigorated to destroy cancer cells on its own without the need for chemotherapy or radiation.
My alternative md got some of the cream initially for a bcc but i did not really use very long. In the meantime i have ak on forehead and head and around sideburns...it seems to be getting worse and the area on my right sideburn and below was scaly and red and while not painful was itching and not looking good. I decided to try my gcmaf cream on it.
its a little early to tell but i applied it to my worst area on my face where i had actinic kerotosis (maybe worse ) ...it took about a week maybe more and because of itching and skin pealing away had to apply every other day..at first every day and then skipped a day or sometimes two..then after going on motorcycle trip (without doing anything the whole time away)...i return to examine the same area ..right side under side burn and looks really good...like nothing was ever there.
As you know some of the topical drug treatments or freezing or blue light treatment are horrific in my opinion especially if something like gcmaf actually would work and really is not painful at all just a little itchy.
I got the cream from
Specifically "1,500ng Natural Blend with Frankincense GcMAFplus Glycoprotein Enriched Skin Cream"
This person is related to Dr Bradstreet who was working with gcmaf when he was raided by the fbi and his work confiscated a few years ago...3 days later he was found dead in a nearby river. The website has some details on this.
After these fantastic results i am going to try other areas of my face and head.
I asked my doctor if that was ok and he said it is fine as they are currently treating various cancers with an iv feed of this product.
For nodular bcc treatment my md advices one drop of dmso be mixed in with the cream before applying.
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||Posted - 08/14/2017 : 11:50:23
As I have always promoted here..... pictures and documented facts help qualify the various products and approaches to knocking out skin cancers...If this cream does indeed knock out basal cell skin cancers it would be a God send at twice the price...
AK's it still would be a good thing...
By any chance did you take before and after pictures? This is so helpful...
If you did please post them if you can.
||Posted - 08/14/2017 : 11:46:39
Wow! They are not giving this stuff away at $75 for an ounce!
Very interesting information out there on this GcMAF and the Japanese doctor who's testing is considered flawed...That said there are several other companies that have done testing and found that indeed there are positive results defeating certain cancers with it...all of them charging a substantial fee for using their "proprietary" blends...Hopefully this will become more affordable as other companies jump on the bandwagon and start producing it...
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